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Hello - I have recently been placed on the round 1 waitlist at chicago booth. I am a Big4 auditor, and went to school at a top 10 business undergrad in the northeast. I have my CPA as well. My GMAT is 700 Q44 V41. My question is, in addition to submitting a video, extracurricular LOR, and update essay, is it worth it to re-take my gmat to improve my quantitative score? Any help would be MUCH appreciated, as if I am going to re-take the test, I need to begin studying ASAP.

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New post 26 Dec 2012, 05:06
Good question. I mean if you get much higher, obviously it would help, but whether it's worth it depends I would say 1. On the effort you would have to put in 2. On what your alternative options are. For example, if you are planning on reapplying next year and would be able to make use of a higher score, then it's probably worth it, if not, then maybe your time could be better spent on other improvements (can you get promoted within the next month? :) )
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